Great Canadian Parks / Ontario

Great Canadian Parks
Ontario
'loyal she began, loyal she remains'.

Ontario is Canada's most heavily-populated province, with most people living within a few hundred kilometres of the Great Lakes. From the farmland, small towns and cities of the south to the wilderness Pre-Cambrian Shield region of the north, Ontario has many rivers, lakes, forests and parks that offer visitors a wealth of recreational activities including camping, swimming, fishing, boating, skiing, hiking and sight-seeing. The parks protect a variety of habitats and species.

Bruce Peninsula National Park



Bruce National Park, located on the Bruce Peninsula, which almost cuts off Georgian Bay from Lake Huron, is a patchwork of limestone cliffs, beach and ancient forest scenery.. Learn more in Bruce Peninsula National Park

 

Point Pelee National Park

 

Point Pelee, a 10-kilometre sandspit stretching as far south as the northern border of California, contains one of Canada's smallest but most unusual national parks. Learn more in Point Pelee National Park

 

Fathom Five National Marine Park
Fathom Five, Canada’s first national marine park, consists of 20 islands to the north and east of the Bruce Peninsula, 130 square kilometres of surface water, the ecosystem reaching 200 metres below, and the park’s tiny landbase at Tobermory Harbour. Learn more in Fathom Five National Marine Park

Georgian Bay Islands National Park
Composed of 59 islands and shoals, this tiny park is part of the largest group of fresh-water islands in the world. Learn more in Georgian Bay Islands National Park

Pukaskwa National Park
Ontario's only wilderness park, Pukaskwa National Park covers 1880 square kilometres of rugged terrain and frigid water along the rocky north shore of Lake Superior halfway between Sault Ste. Learn more in Pukaskwa National Park

St. Lawrence Islands National Park
Located in the heart of the Thousand Islands, St. Lawrence Islands National Park, with about 9 square kilometres of land area, is the smallest in the Canadian system. Learn more in Pukaskwa National Park